1817 7th Street, NW
From a press release:
“The Cookie Jar DC, DC’s first and only edible cookie dough confectionery, is opening its second pop-up shop in the Shaw neighborhood of DC, beginning Monday, April 2. The shop will sell over 10 signature and seasonal flavors of safe-to-eat, eggless cookie dough. It will be open daily starting at 3:30 p.m. in the Uprising Muffin Company space at 1817 7th St NW, after the muffin shop closes each afternoon.
“We’re fulfilling your childhood dream of sneaking cookie dough from the mixing bowl. Our dough is made with heat-treated flour and no eggs, so it’s totally safe to eat raw. We can’t wait to open our doors to dough lovers in another one of DC’s hottest neighborhoods,” said Lindsay Goldin, The Cookie Jar DC’s Founder/CEO.
The Cookie Jar DC’s first pop up, located in Adams Morgan, inside Rise Bakery, will continue to be open every evening at 7:00 p.m. “Now, our customers will be able to get their dough fix in two locations.
While the AdMo Pop Up is a popular grab-and-go spot for after-dinner and late-night crowds, we’re excited that the Shaw shop will offer daytime hours and ample seating,” said Lindsay. The dough will be available in jars to order a la carte, or customers can create “mix & match” packs of their favorite flavors. By popular demand, this location will also serve cookie dough scoops and coffee.
And that’s not the only news coming from The Cookie Jar DC this month. On March 26, the company changed its name to The Dough Jar. As Goldin reports, “It’s been a long time coming. Our new name better describe our product since we sell cookie dough in a jar, not cookies. We’re all about eating the dough instead of baking it into cookies, so The Dough Jar is actually a play on the cookie jar.” The name is also more original and easier to remember. “You can probably find a ‘Cookie Jar’ bakery in every city, but there’s only one Dough Jar and it’s right here in Washington, DC! And dough not worry, it’s still the same dangerously delicious cookie dough you’ve come to know and love.” Over the coming weeks, you’ll find The Dough Jar branding replacing The Cookie Jar in places like local grocery stores, on-demand delivery apps (i.e. Postmates, UberEATS, GrubHub), and the company’s website and social media pages.”